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Almonds, Tea With Milk, Walnuts: The Surprising Impact On Blood Sugar

Written by Team Ultrahuman

Nov 01, 2022

Almonds and walnuts are both types of nuts that are generally considered to have a low glycemic index, meaning they do not cause a significant increase in blood glucose levels. However, low GI can cause Hypoglycemia events. On the other hand, tea with milk contains lactose from milk rich in carbohydrates, which could cause a spike in blood glucose levels.

Optimizing Almonds, Tea With Milk, and Walnuts Intake
• Choose raw or roasted nuts instead of salted or flavoured ones.
• Choose unsweetened almond milk or soy milk instead of cow’s milk when preparing your tea.
• Stick to a moderate portion size of nuts and milk when consuming them.
• Consume these foods as part of a balanced meal that includes lean protein, whole grains, and non-starchy vegetables.
• Avoid adding extra sugar to your tea.

The overall effect on blood glucose levels will depend on factors such as the amount of milk and sugar added to the tea and the individual’s insulin sensitivity. Hence, consuming almonds, tea with milk, and walnuts in moderation as part of a balanced meal may be beneficial for blood sugar control.

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